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Morriston Orpheus Choir Open Evening

We are thrilled to invite you to a special joint open evening with the internationally renown Morriston Orpheus Choir at Calon Lan Centre, Mynyddbach Chapel. On this special night in the acoustically excellent Mynyddbach Chapel, there’ll be wonderful performances from the Morriston Orpheus Choir, an exquisite solo performance, and there’ll be refreshments and a chance to meet the choir and the people of the Chapel, which has a unique and significant part to play in Welsh culture.

Morriston Orpheus Choir Recites Calon Lân at the Calon Lân Centre

In April 2019 the Morriston Orpheus Choir held a number of its rehearsals at Mynyddbach Chapel in Swansea. The Chapel hosts the Calon Lân Centre in recognition of Daniel James, who wrote the words of Calon Lân, and who is buried in the Chapel graveyard.The Choir took the opportunity to film this short tribute (with thanks to Colin Rees and David Hammond-Williams for producing the video)

Mynyddbach Chapel and the Calon Lân Centre 1640 – 2015

From September 2015 , we will be celebrating 375 years of nonconformity at Mynyddbach.  Mynyddbach is the Mother chapel to over 60 sister chapels in the Swansea and surrounding areas.  To celebrate this we have been busy renovating the chapel and grounds and on Friday 9th October at 7pm we will be holding a concert…
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Rugby World Cup and Calon Lân

We would like to send our congratulations to Wales on their win last night -amazing!  Wales rubgy fans have a repertoire of songs sung regularly at rugby events and you can bet that Calon Lân was being sung not just in Wales but in Twickenham yesterday.  What would Daniel James have made of that we wonder.…
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Date for your diary!

Friday 9 October is a date for your diary when Mynyddbach will welcome Pontarddulais Male Choir for an evening concert.  This promises to be a fantastic evening with this internationally renowned choir entertaining us. You will also have the opportunity to view the renovations that have been going on at Mynyddbach and you will receive a warm…
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